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Which do you prefer: Facebook or Twitter? For me the choice was simple, and Facebook’s response has only reinforced my decision.
When someone asserts that something is scientific fact, they could unwittingly be lapsing into irony: it warns of imminent non-science.
Apple, Facebook, Google, Microsoft, Twitter, and Yahoo together have a lot of clout. More than the UK government?
The brave boys and girls who run Apple support are now on Twitter – and answering questions every 20 seconds or so.
Don’t be daunted by Twitter’s strange conventions: here is a guide for beginners and experts alike to its many features.
Is Twitter’s 140 character limit the case of so much rudeness and offensive behaviour? Ask Richard Dawkins.
Services should comply with data protection law at the point of delivery, not where they choose.
Because social media only have tools of approval, these set up positive feedback loops, which amplify the bad.
Models used so far to explain viral events lack explanatory or predictive value. It is time to turn to Catastrophe Theory.